Ways of the Wild
Baaah, what a scenery Carl
I think I will buy a plane ticket tomorrow
this is real Africa and the compo just perfect
for sensitive people the anus might be a bit intrusive in the image LOL
I think the images that you have been producing lately ought to have much wider exposure, such as in wildlife and nature magazines, etc. This one, in particular, is very unusual and of a kind not often seen at all. It is not just an image of a beautiful animal ... there is action and activity and that makes a big difference. Having said that, I just wonder whether an f-stop of 11, or smaller even, and a shutter speed of 1/250, or slower even, were not attainable as I think you probably used camera support and it would have given you much more dof, rendering the vultures in sharp focus too. But truly fabulous as is!! Well done!!!
- phibau (601)
- [2013-02-09 12:37]
Very impressive shot! this is a scene of real life, as opposed to the romantic vision of Africa that we often see (and I like to practice!). You had the ideal point of view and we really have the feeling of living the scene. A very strong image!
- lousat (65349)
- [2013-02-09 15:17]
Hi Carl,a dramatic scenery and a great scoop to take,this is the cycle of life and it's nice to see what happen's in the nature world,great and interesting capture,i like the lof of ienas and vultures,this is a big dinner to all.Have a nice Sunday and thanks,Luciano
- CeltickRanger (37400)
- [2013-02-09 16:24]
A little bit hard to view but your title of
« Ways of the Wild » it is very appropriate of
the life of animals in the wild, with fine POV,
excellent focus, sharpness, and details, TFS
- tuslaw (19883)
- [2013-02-09 19:18]
What an awesome image showing the cycle of life as it is carried out every day of the year. Outstanding clarity showing much detail. Colors are true and natural and composition is perfect. Your Jackals remind me a lot of our Coyotes here in the States. Great job!!
- luciola (4193)
- [2013-02-09 23:25]
Life itself. Nature, organize the food chain in your world. Interesting photo.
- aruntp (5379)
- [2013-02-09 23:59]
excellent wildlife image of jackels and other carnivorous species. good angle and lighting. tfs this wonderful image.
- PeterZ (49139)
- [2013-02-10 1:20]
Wat een spektakel! Ik zou hier de hele dag kunnen blijven kijken om te zien wat er allemaal langs kwam. Alleen al de onderlinge strijd tussen de gieren is prachtig om te zien en te fotograferen. Misschien heb je nog meer foto's om te posten. Vast wel, van de 90 zijn er nog wel meer de moeite waard, denk ik.
Een scene om nooit meer te vergeten.
- euroblinkie (64211)
- [2013-02-10 7:32]
Super mooie opname met veel details te zien
mooi moment om tegen te komen,hier komen veel dieren op af
- Miss_Piggy (18714)
- [2013-02-10 9:51]
Now this is true nature and just how it is supposed to be. Unfortunately we find people that are not happy with images like these as they consider it cruel and of sensitive nature, but that is how life are lived in the wild. This is a super image and not something we see often. Thanks for sharing. Best regards.
- chrimakris (26007)
- [2013-02-10 22:29]
Amazing scene Carl! Impressive photo with wonderful lighting and very good sharpness.
- Argus (50626)
- [2013-02-13 7:00]
A fine capture of this gruesome feast!
The low POV is great with the jackals well in focus and the slightly OOF waiting vultures completing the scene in a pleasing composition.
Well done MF! This is a shot I would love to have taken.
- josediogo1958 (11747)
- [2013-02-13 7:08]
Great capture of this group on a daily life situation.Lucky You to have it close to the road.Wonderful natural colours and excellent sharpness.Thank You.
Have a good day!
Another one of your stunning photo's! and what a sighting! You sure had a fantastic time in Etosha. This is what Africa is all about and you've shown it to as Africa is. Only the fittest survive. I agree with Neels your photos should have a much wider exposure. Fantastic!
- ana974 (4857)
- [2013-02-13 11:28]
A super documentary photo!Nice details and excelent sharpenss.
Bravo and many thanks for sharing.Thanks also for visiting my gallery!It was very kind of you!
best of luck!
- PaulLees (9004)
- [2013-04-03 12:45]
Hi Carl, Natural Nature at its best, great opportunity and well taken,
- Hormon_Manyer (10157)
- [2013-06-15 12:59]
What a scenery, what a spectacular photo! Unbelievable. Perfect composition, and an excellent image to show what death is about: supporting life! Congrats for the fantastic image. Bravo!
Best regards, László
- Ingrid1 (0)
- [2013-06-24 9:03]
A wonderful contribution to my theme "animals feeding". The action is lively: the feeding frenzy obvious. Thanks for sharing.
Have a nice evening